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9:57 am
Mon June 9, 2014

Clearing Dirt Pile Causing I-495 Bridge Tilt Nearly Complete

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WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) - The removal of a massive mound of dirt suspected of causing a nearby interstate bridge in Delaware to tilt is almost complete.

Officials have said removing the dirt is the first step in getting the bridge repaired and reopened to traffic, a process expected to take weeks, if not months.

Two backhoes continued to claw away Sunday at the dirt mound beside the bridge, which normally carries about 90,000 vehicles a day on the Interstate 495 bypass around Wilmington.

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9:39 am
Tue May 6, 2014

Route 13 Bridge Repair to Cause Delays between Somerset and Worceester Counties

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The Route 13 bridge that connects Worcester and Somerset counties is expected to see some traffic pattern changes this morning as the state begins a $14.4 million upgrade project.

The State Highway Administration plans to replace bridge decks on the northbound lanes and resurface the decks on the southbound lanes.

The state also plans to repair steel beams and concrete surfaces of the bridge piers.

It will also get a new paint job.

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1:44 pm
Mon October 14, 2013

Expect Traffic Delays on Delaware 1 For Bridge Repair

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Traffic delays should be expected due to a lane closure on northbound Delaware Route 1 at Tybouts Corner in the morning and afternoon as maintenance crews carry out some bridge work.

This will include crack sealing of the bridge decks, hot-mix repairs and riprap replacement to deal with erosion.

The Wilmington News Journal reports that this should continue until November 1st.

The Delaware Department of Transportation says the right lane is shutdown where the highway curves to cross over U.S. 13 just south of Hamburg Road.

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8:31 am
Mon September 10, 2012

Bridge in Milford Closed for Repairs

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This morning work crews will shut down a bridge along Washington Street over the Mispillion River in Milford through November 30thfor repairs.


The Delaware Department of Transportation is replacing the existing superstructure with steel beams and a concrete deck.


In addition, there will be minor renovations of the roadway ap­proach and sidewalks as well as repair of cracks and spalls in the concrete abutments and placement of riprap in the stream to prevent scour.